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University asks students to pledge not to take drugs.

University asks students to pledge not to take drugs.

A university plans to take the unprecedented step of asking incoming students to sign a contract pledging that they will not take drugs on campus, a vice-chancellor has announced.

Buckingham University, which already allows police sniffer dogs on campus to deter drug use, wants to introduce the rule in an attempt to become Britain’s first “drug-free” campus.

The institution’s vice-chancellor, Sir Anthony Seldon, announced the plans in a column in the Daily Mail, saying it is “insane” to allow drug-taking in universities to continue.

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